Revisions have been made to modernize, strengthen, and make more effective the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects (The Common Rule, 45 CFR 46). The final rule is scheduled to be effective on January 19, 2018. Join HRPO leadership to hear an overview of the changes and the types of research they may affect. This will be an informational session intending to deliver a broad stroke on the changes with upcoming sessions focusing on HRPO policies, implementation and the practical considerations of the changes.
Human Research Protection Office (HRPO)
Speakers: Richard Beigi, MD, MSc, Associate Professor, Reproductive Sciences, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences
Richard Guido, MD, HRPO Chair; Professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences
Presenter: Jean Barone, HRPO Director
NIH's requirement for use of a single IRB will be effective September 25, 2017. Join Jean Barone to learn about SMART IRB, IRBChoice and other available reliance mechanisms. Attendees will learn the mechanism for requesting use of a single IRB, what to include in a budget, and what type of OSIRIS submission is needed.
Jamie Zelazny, PhD, HRPO Regulatory Affairs Specialist
Richard Guido, MD, HRPO Chair
The Human Research Protection Office is considering changes to the reportable event policies and procedures and we would like your input!
Please join Jamie Zelazny, PhD and Richard Guido, MD at this open discussion forum. They will discuss the current reporting guidelines for the University of Pittsburgh, along with draft policies for future reporting requirements.
Jean Barone, HRPO Director
Join Jean Barone to find out the advantages of using SMART IRB. She will also revisit the processes that are in place for Pitt to serve as the single IRB of record or to accept the review of another institution's IRB.